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where we re-imagine ecological restoration, promising a brighter future for human livelihoods and health as well as a just transition in a warming world.

Jun 23, 2022

My guest on this show is mother and grandmother, Renate Rain. She is the convener and healer behind the Puget Sound Plungers and certified Deliberate Cold Exposure guide. Renate described herself as just a person looking for relief from chronic pain problem when she slipped into the cool waters of Puget Sound....


Jun 13, 2022

This is the episode where we discuss Indigenous Science with Binnizá & Maya Ch’orti’ scholar Dr. Jessica Hernandez. Dr. Hernandez is a transnational Indigenous scholar, scientist, and community advocate based in the Pacific Northwest. Her work is grounded in her Indigenous cultures and ways of knowing with...


May 7, 2022

treehugger has bounced from Julia Plevin’s offer “what message might invasive species have to share for you” to the Just Language invitation to pay more respect and humility to them. Now Jenny Liou leads us through a critical rethinking of invasive species. This is the episode where we tell shories about...


Apr 23, 2022

Dr. Laura Smith is a geographer at the University of Exeter, U.K. She works across cultural geography and the environmental humanities, with research interests in ecological restoration and rewilding, the history and conservation of U.S. public lands, national parks, American literature, and environmental protest...


Apr 6, 2022

Take a break from the world heating up and let's discuss our curiosity about cold. Human and more than human communities rely on a stable climate and cool, clean air and waters. My guest on this show is Dr. Jannine Krause. Dr. Krause is a naturopathic doctor, acupuncturist & host of The Health Fix Podcast. She...